The practice building is fully compliant under the Equality Act 2010 (which incorporates the Disability Discrimination Act) to provide access for people with disabilities.
The practice has both steps and a ramp to the main doors, allowing for wheelchair access. The entrance doors are automatic.
The first floor can be accessed via stairs or lift.
Disabled toilets are locating in the waiting room and first floor near minor operation suite and are alarmed for emergencies.
Two inducation loops are fitted in the practice for those with hearing aids and a portable system is available for use in the consulting rooms on request.
The practice has a wheelchair available for use whilst in practice.
Transport links and parking
The practice is based in the middle of Sutton-in-Ashfield town centre and is easily accessible by foot, car or public transport.
The practice is 0.3 miles away from Sutton Bus Station and the following bus routes also pass near the practice:
If you are travelling by car, the practice has parking available adjacent to the areas around the front and side of the practice. This is pay and display but is free for two hours if you place the ticket on to your window. There is also limited kerbside parking at the side of the practice but please note this is subject to time restrictions. Please check the signs before you leave your vehicle as we cannot be held responsible for any penalties incurred.